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In-person program! Shure to succeed in strengthening your online presence

New date! The Communicators Club has procured one of Massachusetts' reigning experts on growing your enterprise online for our season-ending in-person event from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 11 at The Mill 185 restaurant at 185 West Boylston St. in West Boylston. Dan Shure, co-owner of Evolving SEO along with wife Sarah, has helped high-profile companies solve challenging SEO problems and grow traffic since 2007. Details on the event's registration will be shared soon.

News & Views

Phillippi Ryan enthralls virtual audience with novel approach to success

There's no mystery behind Hank Phillippi Ryan's towering achievements in both the journalism and fiction-writing realms: She's an intelligent, passionate, persistent and entertaining presence. The Communicators Club’s Sept. 14 audience enjoyed a ...

Please help — volunteers needed for TCC Board

To all present and former members of The Communicators Club, and those who've taken part in our events: We’re still looking for volunteers for the Board of Directors for the 2022-23 program season. The majority of our current Board members have s...

Revamped website secures faster, safer framework

An overhaul of The Communicators Club's web presence has arrived, and it's more than skin deep. The updated website has swapped WordPress for a more lightweight and secure solution: a static site generator. Familiar features, including several ...

The Communicators Club marks twin milestones

The past year has brought two reminders of The Communicators Club's longevity and impact: the 70th anniversary of our predecessor organization's founding in 1951, and the 10th birthday of TCC as it exists today. To honor the first milestone, The ...

Recent guest speakers tackle new challenges

In a testament to the always-evolving communications landscape, two of The Communicators Club's recent guest speakers have left their positions -- and Massachusetts -- to pursue new adventures. Monica Sager (shown above during her virtual present...